Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said the fatal train derailment inAberdeenshire must “never happen again” as he paid tribute to the victims.Three people have died in the train derailment in Aberdeenshire with sixpeople also injured.
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson says his thoughts are “very much with those who have lost their lives, their families and, of course, those who have been injured” in the derailment near Stonehaven on Wednesday morning. Report by Jonesia. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has insisted that schools will be safe forEngland’s schoolchildren to return to. Mr Johnson's assurance comes as reportscite a study that suggests children transmit Covid-19 like adults do.
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Commerzbank expects a writedown on loans to collapsed payments firm Wirecard and fallout from the coronavirus crisis to result in a loss for the year, compounding the challenges already facing Germany's second-largest bank. Francis Maguire reports.
Prosecutors are investigating one of the largest accounting fraud cases in the country's recent history after the online payment services company crumbled into insolvency last month, admitting that $2.2bn was missing.
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IAG, the owner of British Airways, said it planned to raise 2.75 billion euros from shareholders to prop up its finances and allow it to survive what could be a longer-than-expected collapse in flying, while KLM, the Dutch arm of Air France-KLM, said on Friday it would cut 1,500 additional jobs. Ciara Lee reports
Three UK has unveiled an art installation that shows trending moments duringthe Covid-19 lockdown. Illustrated by London artist Emmy Lupin, How WeScrolled: Lockdown 2020 is an undulating, 25-metre look at what kept peopleconnected over the five months.
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The public are “ready” to get back to watching live theatre performances, anactor starring in an upcoming outdoor production of Jesus Christ Superstar hassaid. The Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre will stage its production of Tim Riceand Andrew Lloyd Webber’s stage show from Friday. The London venue has reducedits normal capacity of 1,256 down to 390 to allow for social distancing.
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The pilot of a plane which plunged into a bay near Sydney killing five Britons may have had his flying ability impaired by carbon monoxide, investigators have said.British businessman Richard Cousins, the chief executive of a FTSE 100 catering giant, died alongside his two sons, fiancee Emma Bowden and her 11-year-old daughter when a sightseeing trip on New Year’s Eve, 2017, ended in tragedy.The de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver, piloted by Canadian Gareth Morgan, who also died, plunged into water in Jerusalem Bay, 25 miles north of Sydney city centre.
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Underlining the importance of creating "air bubbles" for resuming international flights amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Minister of State with independent charge for Civil Aviation, Hardeep Singh Puri, on July 16 said India is in advanced stage of negotiations with France, US and Germany to resume limited international flights. "We are at a very advance stage of negotiations with at least 3 countries (for air bubble). Air France will be operating 28 flights from Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru to Paris between July 18 to August 01," Puri said.